Swiss studio Demian Conrad Design have been operating for a mere five years but already have an incredibly impressive body of work to their name. Founded by Demian Conrad in 2007, the outfit predominantly produces work for the cultural and leisure industries, creating packaging, posters, identities and editorial work for a wide variety of high-end brands and creative events (they’ve even had the honour of producing work for TED conferences).
Their most recent creation is a stunning promotional publication for furniture shop Moyard, a Swiss vendor with an absolute commitment to functional design. The oversized loose-leaf publication does an incredible job of showcasing the company’s stylish creations, all photographed tastefully and given ample space to shine. It’s a powerful reminder of the power of print to elevate simple objects to covetable commodities and speaks volumes about Moyard’s commitment to their craft.
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